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Work-place stress can make you hate your job and could diminish your health.

Do you find yourself busy all the time, day after day, with no break? It seems too many people from all walks of life face unrelenting stress. Workplace stress is harmful for a variety of reasons. You need your job and the income it provides, yet, you may not have effective outlets for expressing yourself. After all, the thought of telling off your boss might be deeply satisfying, for a moment or two – until you realize you could be fired.

Are you stressed at work because the support you need is lacking? Who hasn’t faced a budget crunch, staff cuts, sub-optimal equipment, or inadequate resources?

Even low-grade stress, if unrelenting, can prove to be harmful. In Rising Above Workplace Stress, award-winning author and noted professional speaker Jeff Davidson addresses the most common workplace stressors and how to decrease or eliminate their effects. In this deck of 160 cards, Jeff provides you with creative solutions for keeping workplace stress at bay.

Whether it’s your boss, your peers, your staff, the organization itself, a particularly irksome project, daily demands, or unreal deadlines, keeping workplace stress in check is within your capability. You owe it to yourself, your career, and your long-term health to master the beast. Rising Above Workplace Stress will help you in little ways, day after day, that add up to big reductions in the level of stress that you experience.

About the Author – Jeff Davidson is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Stress, The 10-Minute Guide to Managing Stress, Breathing Space: Living and Working at a Comfortable Pace in a Sped Up Society, The 60-Second Innovator, Simpler Living, and The 60-Second Organizer as well as audio books such as Relaxing at High Speed, Mastering Your Time, Managing the Pace with Grace, Get a Life, and The Power of Simplicity.

Jeff holds the registered trademark “The Work-Life Balance Expert” from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, has written 56 mainstream books in total, and is an electrifying professional speaker, having made 774 presentations since 1985 to clients such as Kaiser Permanente, IBM, American Express, Lufthansa, Swissotel, America Online, Re/Max, USAA, Worthington Steel, and the World Bank. His 60-Second Series with Adams Media, including the 60-Second Organizer, 60-Second Self-Starter, and 60-Second Innovator, are popular titles in China, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Poland, Spain, France, and Brazil.

Simple flash-card type advice and ideas, to stimulate your thinking and propel you to action.


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  • Mary

    Pretty good stuff, especially if you're working for the boss from Hell. Excellent points about massage, centering, yoga, and visualization.

  • Julie

    awesome app!

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